Subcontracts Manager (Former Employee) – Herndon, VA – October 19, 2017
I worked with CH2M for only 6 months but the culture was great and I had the full support of my management team. How do we improve our internal and external support and customer service was the constant theme. CH2M made training readily available to those that requested it if it was not already offered.
Supervisor's were excellent about obtaining and providing recognition for workplace contributions.
AP Supervisor - AP/IT Special Projects (Former Employee) – Englewood, CO – July 10, 2018
Company very unstable, outsourced to countries outside of U.S. putting hundreds of employees out of work. Management would overlook issues and never address. Company recently bought out by another engineering company - more lay offs.
Security Analyst (Current Employee) – Englewood, CO – June 20, 2018
I have always enjoyed working for CH2M, we had great management, crew, customers and working relationships based upon great ideas with project delivery excellence. Now that we have been bought, all the people that made the company work at it's best are now gone.
Waste Water Technician (Current Employee) – Pembroke Pines, FL – June 14, 2018
i was bullied and harassed everyday . The boss and his minions would even get my lunch out of the trash to criticize it. I was made to do unsafe task and made to fear an HR report which did come back as retaliation. I was singled out and made to work a shift so “ no one would have to look at me “ I hated going to work nearly every shift.
The fact they are still in business well “ Jacobs”
Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Prudhoe Bay, AK – April 10, 2018
I worked in theee fabrication shop in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska on a three and three rotation. I had an excellent alternate with good communication/turnover skills. The mood was usually upbeat with everyone enjoying what their task at hand was.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – FL – April 3, 2018
I enjoy working for CH2M. I work in the O&M Services Group and have been here for a long time. The culture among the different groups are not always the same. A typical day at work at one of the larger projects is a 12 to 13 hours day non-stop. On a smaller project it is 8-10 hours. There is a lot of paperwork within the company that helps you "cya", but all for good reasoning too. I do think that some areas do not pay enough even when surrounding cities and utilities are paying 30k more. I only thought about leaving 2 times when working here. Once to work for the client and recently since our acquisition with Jacobs.
Project Accountant Professional III (Current Employee) – Greenville, SC – March 23, 2018
The best thing about CH2M is the flexible work schedule. Raises are small for some. Large for others. Depending on who you know or how much they like you. It isn't based on performance. Very little room for advancement.
This was my first full-time job post graduation and I learned a lot!
I learned a ton about trains and I learned what it means to be a contractor to a larger state agency. My coworkers were very friendly and welcoming in the field despite most being a different age and gender. I would recommend it to anyone!